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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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Facing the Reality of Evil Aliens and Other-Dimensional or Extraterrestial Threats


The important thing to take away from revelations about reptilians and other alien lifeforms is that it was always an insane notion to think humans were a unique level of consciousness, completely alien and separated from all others. We know there are gorillas, dolphins, whales, pigs, and other forms of intelligent life, so where's the surprise? A mature chimpanzee has the IQ of a six year old human child. Why should we wonder about a supposed leap to human intelligence, let alone human consciousness? There simply MUST be life that approximates human life in intelligence, empathy, and/or simple consciousness SOMEWHERE in the galaxy. Life that could either be even MORE intelligent, empathic, and/or conscious than 'us'. But just as likely LESS intelligent or less empathic. Or more intelligent but less empathic...

It is utterly logical to assume that life will go on to develop ON all levels, TO all levels, somewhere, somewhen, somehow. If there is a level of intelligence we might rate a 10, that means that there will be a level of intelligence somewhere that rates a 9 and probably we'll find an 11, sooner or later. If we rate ourselves on an empathic level of an 8, that means there will likely be lifeforms somewhere that are near us when it comes to empathy, a 7 or 6, and we'll probably run into 'aliens' that have evolved to higher levels of empathy, as well.

 
What we learn when researching reptilians, for instance, is that, for one, there is a great variety in reptilian lifeforms. There are the grey drones that, apparently, have gotten the empathy and consciousness bred or engineered out of them. In the course of billions of years of evolution all kinds of reptilians have come into being. Also in the course of billions of years of intelligent life, alien cultures of extreme levels of knowledge and experience came about, giving the appearance of greater intelligence than is actually the case, though greater-than-human intelligence appears to certainly also be evident.

 
There are different levels of existence, and intelligence is but one of them. Understanding and accepting that these reptilians are 'out there' and even among us means accepting that there are a lot of things that are outside the realm of human experience and understanding. That doesn't, however, mean that everything about alien life is superior or beyond humanity. Humanity did not evolve, and was not engineered, at random. Our primate roots, to an important extent evolved here on Earth and form the foundation of who and what we are, to an important degree. And we are not reptilians. The reptilians have much more experience and knowledge but they are not human. And though we are in part reptilian ourselves, having been engineered out of homonid/primate ancestors added to reptilian DNA, the reptilians are NOT part human and never will be. That means that we humans have characteristics that are uniquely our own and potentially not only different from reptilian life, but superior.

It was illogical to assume there would be some great gap between humans and the next, lower, level of intelligence, wherever that lifeform might reside; there must be other intelligent life, both greater and not much smaller than ours. It is, however, just as illogical to assume that humans are unique in their empathy. Just as we should assume that there must be life that is not quite as intelligently developed as we, we should assume there is life that is empathically not quite as evolved. Morally less evolved. But to assume that lifeforms that have evolved to be (slightly) more intelligent than humans are also empathically or morally more evolved, is making a great leap of faith. All that can safely be assumed is that there must be all levels of evolution somewhere, but not that the more complicated combinations of evolution must necessarily be as we hope. In fact, it is only logical to assume that all combinations came about somewhere, at some time:

- more intelligent but less empathic,
- more empathic but less intelligent,
- as intelligent but more empathic,
- as intelligent but less empathic,
etc. etc.

 
When we accept that there indeed must be more intelligent and/or technologically evolved life, either based on genetic abilities or simply accumulated experience [in the course of millennia of existence], then we must also accept that there must be such life that is also morally INFERIOR, just as we must assume that there be life that is intellectually and morally superior. Somewhere, though, we must assume there are lifeforms that are more intelligent but less empathic than we are. Lifeforms that we humans would deem immoral, therefore, even though they are capable of technological feats we cannot imagine. You know, the Hannibal Lector type of evil genius. Logic demands that we accept that there are entire species of 'Hannibal Lectors' out there, somewhere, vying for resources and space.

continue to part 2

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The next logical step is that these ancient billions-of-year-old lifeforms have spread all over the universe and even to Earth. Would lifeforms capable of interstellar travel have missed the Earth somehow? Un-bloody-likely. We must assume, therefore, that they are here. Now. Having accepted this simple and evident truth, we can accept that there are logical explanations to the so-called mysteries all around us. What about the pyramids? What about UFOs? What about ancient stories about giants and immortals? Where did we come from? Etc. etc. etc. Are we humans, therefore, safe? Logic demands the answer is an unequivocal and resounding "No way!"



We MUST assume there are dangerous intelligent forces in our lives, on this planet and on other planes of existence. But have we not always known about ghosts and evil spirits? Hasn't just about every human civilization we've ever heard of had some religion or other that deals with the unexplainable? We Westerners appear to usually either believe in rigid religious axioms based on 'The Bible' or otherwise deny anything we can't 'prove' or reproduce in a laboratory setting, but so-called Western civilization is at odds with most civilizations and with human history. Humans have always dealt with other lifeforms one way or another. It is an undeniable aspect of life.


 

In fact, human history is full of meetings with so-called aliens. The so-called Dark Ages were filled with sightings of 'Men in Black' who were seen spreading some colored fog, after which 'the plague' would break out... In other words, those dark pages of recent history that killed off HALF OF THE POPULATION OF EUROPE, can be attributed to alien-human interactions, in fact, alien biological warfare. Were the Europeans of the Middle Ages therefore safe from aliens? Hardly. In fact, their fates were largely determined by them. Why would we, therefore, assume we are safe from alien intervention? Why then think chemtrails must be benign? Why would we assume there are only intellectually and also morally superior alien races? Such a belief belies human history and experience. If Sumerian recorded history [6000-year-old clay tablets] tells about aliens, Anunnaki, ruling over humanity and treating us as cattle, should recorded witness accounts of but a few hundred years back be taken less seriously? Are we to assume the aliens, if they ever were on Earth, have decided to suddenly leave us alone or treat us as equals? Can you even spell "naive"?
Can you spell W I S H F U L T H I N K I N G ?

 


The universe is full of life. All kinds of life. To accept that simple fact is utterly basic. Yes, there will be beings that are sympathetic to our cause (the Pleadians for example) and perhaps be willing and able to help mankind, but just as well you have reason to assume there are beings that wish to abuse and take advantage of us. And it's very realistic to assume there are ancient lifeforms with the technology and even billion-year-old civilization behind them to give them the ability to carry out such inhuman agendas. It's an accident waiting to happen. Just like even the most ignorant person assumes there are good and bad people, people to be avoided and people who are worthwhile, there must be aliens to be avoided and feared and taken into account just as there are probably those that are okay. Logic demands that those who don't know about history are doomed to repeat it, but that doesn't only apply to HUMAN history! Alien-human interaction is no exception.

 
Reptilians, aliens, evil forces, other dimensional creatures... it can get confusing and dumbfounding. There is, however, no mature or intelligent reason to ignore such matters, let alone deny they exist. The same applies to purely physical threats 'out there', like so-called myths about cosmological destruction in human history. So-called intellectual or down-to-earth individuals may make little of sources that point to aliens or Nibiru or ancient prophecies, but such things are as real as deja vu, reincarnation stories, or ghost sightings. Where does one draw the line? Should one ever draw a line at all? Why WOULDN'T one consider time travel, Mayan prophecies, or other dimensional life and how it interacts with humanity? Logic demands the universe is full of life. If you had the ability to travel the universe, wouldn't YOU? If you had the ability to eat other lifeforms if you thought it expedient, wouldn't you? Or, at the very least, don't you see it happening all around you all the time? By humans, i mean. They shoot horses, don't they? Yeah, and gorillas and dolphins and whales and torture pigs for their entire lives. Don't human examples of torture, genocide, and abuse suggest that intelligent life that is morally inferior is as likely as morally superior life? Is it your understanding or experience that only the morally superior succeed? We have every right, and even obligation, to assume we are constantly under attack by lifeforms that only have our suffering in mind. Should other dimensions be safe? Should our planet be safe? Why should it? Whether you're mature enough or not to accept that there are forces to reckon with that are beyond your ken, your mind should be willing to accept the simple logic behind such a concept. Live like a dog or a cow, that won't change the fact that there are those willing and able to cage you, enslave you, or eat you. Perhaps, like the Jews that escaped Hitler Germany in time or like the Japanese who incorporated enough Western technology to be able to compete with the West, you should be focusing on dealing with the forces that you face, instead of denying they exist.

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